Stainless Steel Storage Tanks
Holding / Buffer / Storage Tanks
A variety of stainless steel tanks customized in size and function, are provided to meet your production needs, including:
● Insulated Tanks - Designed to maintain a product's temperature during processing.
● Jacketed Tanks - Designed to transfer heat from hot-to-cold or cold-to-hot.
● Single-Shell Tanks - Designed to hold raw materials, work-in-progress and finished products where maintaining a set temperature is not required.
Fittings and Accessories
● Level measurement.
● Insulation material – polyurethane foam.
● Dial thermometer.
● Temperature sensor with thermowell.
● CIP spray ball.
● Sample valve.
● Manway cover.
● Sight glass.
● Air vent.
● Adjustable feet.
● Ladder and rail.
Fittings could be connected with flange, thread or sanitary tri-clamp.
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Liquid food, potion storage
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The Liquefier is specially designed for products with low to medium viscosity in order to obtain a fast mixing of powders and particles with liquids. It is a square shaped tank with a bottom mounted high-speed impeller which creates turbulence and high shear forces ensuring effective and homogeneous mixing. This equipment is usable for dissolving, dispersion, emulsifying, blending and mixing of products.
The sanitary tanks used for processing materials typically are made of stainless steel, and are fully jacketed and insulated with agitators for efficient heating / cooling. Tank bottoms are usually angled for complete drainage of the products and may have Clean in Place capability. Processing tanks can be customized to capacities from 100 to 5,000 liters and equipped with a variety of agitators for low speed to high-shear mixing depending on product viscosity.
The balance tank is a staple of a dairy's pasteurization process and other beverage HTST loops, providing return storage for insufficiently pasteurized product from the flow diversion valve. It is designed to hold an unpasteurized / raw product at a constant working level to ensure a uniform head pressure to the HTST booster pump. This is available as a standard product as well as an engineered to order / customizable tank.
High-temperature short-time (HTST) pasteurization, or flash pasteurization, is commonly utilized in food and beverage industries. Products are heated and held at a specific temperature and time, followed by quick cooling to ensure complete destruction of contained pathogenic microorganisms. Compared to batch pasteurization, HTST system offers advantages of lower utility costs and higher continuous throughput. Use of regenerative heating and cooling in heat exchangers can further increase operational efficiency.